Tag Archive | not-for-profit
The increased availability of financial data has made it clear that a diversity of practices exist when it comes to accounting for fundraising costs. At Mayer Hoffman McCann, we believe that accounting for fundraising costs is going to receive increased attention by the IRS and third parties in the years ahead. We recommend that your […]
Managing risks has never been so important. The speed of changes in technology, regulatory and operations continue to change and evolve requiring management to be more proactive than ever in navigating risk. Not-for-profit and educational organizations are especially impacted given the nature of funders, people served and reputational risks. Presented by experts from Mayer Hoffman […]
Could Your Company or Organization be Affected by the FASB’s Proposed Changes to the Reporting of Discontinued Operations?
The FASB’s proposed changes to the reporting of discontinued operations would apply to all public and private companies and not-for-profit organizations. The main changes include a narrowing of the definition of a discontinued operation, an expansion of the scope to include equity method investments, and the addition of incremental disclosure requirements. The changes would affect […]
Were you unable to attend yesterday’s Executive Education Series webinar discussing not-for-profit accounting and auditing standards? If so, you’re in luck! Mayer Hoffman McCann will be offering a repeat of this course for our clients and friends in the nonprofit sector on Tuesday, July 30 at 11 a.m. central time. Patrick Quinn and Laura Krueger […]